Observation Paper Number Two

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Observation Paper Number Two Sara Martinson I observed the Eighth grade Science class at Spirit Lake Middle School, my hometown. Observing in a classroom I once was a student in was refreshing and eye opening. It was a totally different setting when you are no longer a student and instead an “adult” being in the class watching what happens. One major difference in the classrooms this year that I wasn’t given the opportunity of is a one-on-one technology initiative. This year, every student grades 5- 12 were given a Mac laptop for use in the classroom and at home. Some teachers are skeptical of its benefit and some see it as a beneficial tool. After observing the class, I found the following advantages and disadvantages. One advantage that presents itself is the willingness of the students to learn. Eighth grade is still early enough that most of the children want to learn and are excited to hear about new things. Another advantage is the relationships that can be built with the students. While not all middle
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This note was uploaded on 09/24/2011 for the course EDU 102 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '11 term at Northwestern IA.

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